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I know this has been discussed on the list before--perhaps someone could
point me toward the archives? --but of course I didn't pay attention
until it affected me personally.
I use references to bitmaps in my Robohelp files, and the bitmaps seem
awfully large (they also take up a lot of memory). Whenever I try to
resize them in Robohelp's toll or in Paint, the get (big technical term
here) all screwed up. I do have CorelDraw and Photopaint--can I use
those tools to resize the graphics? Any ideas out there?
Nora Merhar | Opinions expressed here are strictly my
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Downers Grove, IL | of Rockwell or Switching Systems division.